Elon Musk Subpoenaed Over JPMorgan’s Link to Jeffrey Epstein
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has been subpoenaed over his connection with JPMorgan and their dealings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The subpoena, issued by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), seeks “certain information” related to Musk’s involvement with the bank and Epstein.
JPMorgan’s History with Epstein
Epstein, who was convicted of sex trafficking in 2008, maintained a personal account with JPMorgan. In the years leading up to his arrest, the bank had reportedly done extensive business with Epstein. Following his death by suicide in jail in 2019, the bank pledged to donate $1 million to organizations that support survivors of sexual abuse.
What is Elon Musk’s Connection to JPMorgan and Epstein?
It is not yet clear what specific information the SEC is seeking from Musk. However, Musk has been linked to JPMorgan through his friendship with Ghislaine Maxwell, a close associate of Epstein’s who was recently arrested and charged with recruiting underage girls for Epstein. Maxwell was also a client of JPMorgan.
The Implications of the Subpoena
Musk has not been accused of any wrongdoing, and it is unknown whether the subpoena indicates that he is being investigated by the SEC. However, the subpoena underscores the ongoing scrutiny of JPMorgan’s dealings with Epstein and the potential risks to companies that have done business with him. It also highlights the continued fallout from Epstein’s crimes, and the ongoing efforts to hold those who enabled him accountable.
Elon Musk has been subpoenaed by the SEC regarding his involvement with JPMorgan and its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender. This follows JPMorgan’s history of doing business with Epstein, as well as Musk’s connection to the bank through his friendship with Ghislaine Maxwell. The subpoena raises questions about the potential risks to businesses associated with Epstein and points to the ongoing fallout from his crimes.
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